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Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood (2014)

Three young men commit themselves to one of the best summers of their lives...marching in a World Class drum and bugle corps. The bond of brotherhood this organization provides, helps them through both their struggles and their triumphs.


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Hunter Paradise ...
Brandon MacConnell ...
Jo Higdon ...
Dann Petersen ...
Devin Garza ...


In one unforgettable summer, three young men commit themselves to one of the most demanding youth activities in the country -- World Class drum and bugle corps: A veteran drumline member steps into a leadership role for the first time; a 15-year-old trumpet player from Texas becomes the youngest member of the entire corps; and a color guard member fights to finish his final season after receiving a life-changing diagnosis. Often referred to as "marching band on steroids," drum and bugle corps pushes young people to extreme levels, both physically and mentally -- all for one 11-minute performance. All three young men march with the Madison Scouts from Madison, Wisconsin. The strong brotherhood of this all-male organization helps them through their struggles and celebrates their triumphs. Written by Anonymous

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16:9 HD
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4 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was excellent. It really gives an inside look to what Drum Corps is about without getting mired down in the "statistics". You get a quick few minutes of "what" a drum corps is and then quickly introduced to three young men that work hard to become successful corps members. I have been a fan of drum corps and The Madison Scouts for a long time but it was impressive to hear the comments from those in the screening that didn't know about the activity. What they took from this film seem to be an affection for those featured, and a respect of the sport and of the organization of the Madison Scouts, which hopefully was what the film-maker was after. I think that anyone, fan of the activity or not, would really enjoy this project and would also feel like they walked away from with something. I recommend seeing it.

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